How We Get There Matters

Coronado Ferry
Photo: E-Coronado

We are excited to be hosting the Sophia Camp in Coronado this summer, where we have access to parks, beaches, nature walks and a delightful private Yoga studio. If you are planning to attend our Camp, or to just visit our little island this summer, we would like to offer a few green ways to getting there.

The Coronado Ferry is the most elegant way to cross San Diego Bay. For their daily journey to Sophia Camp, August 3-7, we’re inviting campers to gather downtown at the Broadway Pier at 8:00am to arrive just in time for morning yoga at the Coronado Ferry Landing. Each day the ferry will return to the Broadway Pier at 4:45pm.

Public Transit Bus 901 is another great resource both over the bridge from downtown San Diego, and up the Silver Strand via Imperial Beach for commuters from the South Bay.

Once you’re on the island, everything is walkable – and the city is providing a Free Summer Shuttle that runs every 30 minutes for locals and visitors alike. Check out all the low-impact and fun transportation options at the Coronado Visitors Center.

It’s part of our mission to care for the Earth as we learn more about self-care, self-esteem and self-regulation. Our aim is to make this a zero waste event by encouraging everyone to drive less, to bring lunches in reusable containers, and to compost leftover food, art supplies and anything else you can think of!

Thanks to Sally Tinker Smith, our Chief Sustainability Genius, for this research and article!

One thought on “How We Get There Matters

  1. Going to and from Coronado by Ferry is one of life’s rich delights. What wonderful way to begin and end a day at Camp. I hope everyone has the opportunity to slow down and enjoy our beautiful Bay by crossing to Camp this way each day.

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